I was talking to a colleague who has to become savvy in a hurry about modern Web applications and he asked “How do I learn about REST?” Good question. I thought of a couple of suggestions, then asked Twitter and got some more. Here they are.
From Twitter · By the way, I’m @timbray.
“How I Explained REST to
@ceplm said: “Your blog? ;-)” [I assume he means the Web Services category].
@bjorg said: “I gave this REST presentation to a group of techies in San Diego.”
@dierken said: “Try Joe Gregorio's article How to Create a REST Protocol.”
@distobj said: “Roger Costello’s is still the best REST tutorial IMO.”
@dierken said: “Wikipedia has a decent entry.”
@jancona said: “Good REST intros: REST — the short version and Pete Lacey's ‘REST Take 5’ Powerpoint, which requires a free login on the Burton group.”
@stilkov recommended his own A Brief Introduction to REST and also How to GET a Cup of Coffee.